State Management :: Partial Page Caching (user Control Caching) And Button Events?

Jun 14, 2010

I have a page with a number of user controls, In one of my user controls I have a button event. I turn on output cache for the user control that has the button and vary by control using the ID property of a hidden field control in the user control. whenever I turn on the output cache my button event doesn't fire.

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